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Terror at Baxter U (2003)

Not Rated | | Horror | 2003 (USA)
Someone is terrorizing the students at nearby Baxter U... Someone or something?

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Johanna Lixey ... Mary Lewis
Phillip Van Wagoner ... Daniel Linton
Rob Blankenhorn ... Lt. Emil Klinger
Bill Vincent ... Harold Moxie
Amy VandenBerghe ... Barbara McIntosh
Janet Lockwood ... Cassandra Dregstone
Tom Ultz ... Snapes the Janitor
Suzanne DiBiazio ... Irene
Josh Dasen ... Young Emil Klinger
Matt Bertram ... Stoner Friend
Greg Teachout ... Young Snapes
Erik F. Hill ... Chet Wallace
Rick Kunzi ... Marty Runyon
Ryan Gaffke ... Jason Hardcastle
Kimmi Voight ... Jill Gallegher
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Someone is terrorizing the students at nearby Baxter U... Someone or something?

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So bad it's bad
16 February 2017 | by See all my reviews

Some movies are so bad they're good. This one goes beyond those, skips over the good and ends up coming full circle, so bad it's bad again. To the reviewer who thought it a comedy don't kid yourself. The film is a tragedy both for those involved in its making and those who have the misfortune to see it.

It's so bad that it has a hypnotic effect on the viewer, you can't tear your eyes away from the abomination before you. I got the distinct impression that the actors were all the poor victims of some frightful curse which doomed them to inhabit this film for eternity, playing the same terrible part over and over and over again. I swear you can see it in their eyes, haggard and haunted as if they are trying desperately to communicate with the viewer, Help us! Help us! Tragically all that we can give them is our profound pity and the hope that one day someone more skilled in the arcane arts will be able to free them from their terrible prison.


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